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talkee-talkee

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Pronunciation: /ˈtɔːkɪˌtɔːki
 
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Definition of talkee-talkee in English:

noun

[mass noun] dated
An English-based creole or pidgin language, particularly in the Caribbean region. See also Taki-Taki.
Example sentences
  • Here, then is a large and increasing congregation, among whom this version was in use long before it was printed — a large population speaking and understanding no other tongue than the talkee-talkee.

Origin

from talk.

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